2017-2018 Lee Road News
Third and fourth-grade students in Lee Road Elementary School's new Mindfulness Club gathered on the morning of Dec. 8 to learn the importance of mindful eating.
Lee Road Elementary School students in the school's community service committee recently collected coats to support the Coats for Kids Foundation and Operation Warm, an organization that provides coats to those in need.
Lee Road fourth and fifth grade students had the privilege of a special visit from local published author Sydney Schneider.
As part of the Levittown School District's Levittown Education Against Destructive Decisions Week, Lee Road Elementary School students heard from Joey Branford and Stephan Cerra of the Flowstyle BMX Trick Team on Oct. 25.
Fifth grade students from Lee Road Elementary School visited the MacArthur High School Science Lab headed by Dr. Friedman.
Lee Road 4th and 5th graders had an assembly to hear Student Council Candidates speeches.
PSEG recently sponsored a theatrical production titled, "Energy Wise" for Lee Road students. The entertaining performance included skits that focused on how natural resources are used and how everyone, each day, can play a role in energy conservation.
Lee Road Elementary School kicked off the 10th year of their Get-A-Voice Character Education Program on Oct. 24 with an assembly from the New York Islanders.
The New York Islanders Community Relations Team visited Lee Road School. During their visit, they spoke to our youngsters about the importance of giving your best effort and working together.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The students and staff at Lee Road Elementary went "PINK" on Friday, October 13th to show their support.
Fifth-graders at Lee Road Elementary School recently learned about the "power of yet" by participating in a challenge to replicate a structure with no directions aside from a sample.
In an effort to prepare students for a possible emergency, members of the Wantagh Fire Department visited Lee Road Elementary School on Sept. 28 to review the importance of fire safety through discussion, videos and hands-on practice.
During their monthlong study of earthworms, kindergarten students in Christine Wilkinson's class at Lee Road School not only learned how to care for nature's greatest decomposers, they created an earthworm habitat by preparing a compost bin.